BRUCE BOCHY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Bochy sees Rockies on rise in NL West

Giants manager Bruce Bochy typically says before every season begins that the National League West is a thoroughly balanced division. This year, however, Bochy believes Colorado can make an upward move, with its potent lineup and new manager Bud Black's guidance.
Via Giants.com
3 days ago

Sergio Romo finds himself at home in Dodgers blue

GLENDALE, Az. -- Sergio Romo remembers a game early in his career when 30 of his friends and relatives showed up in the Giants’ family section wearing Dodgers gear.Giants manager Bruce Bochy called Romo into his office the next day and admonished him, half-jokingly.“Just a little word of advice,” Bochy said. “That’s not going to fly.”“I’ve got it,” Romo replied...
Via FOX Sports
3 days ago

Bochy may open season with 5 outfielders

Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Sunday that he is "leaning toward" opening the regular season with a five-man outfield contingent. That's standard operating procedure for many teams, but not always for the Giants, who frequently find themselves adding extra pitchers, not position players.
Via Giants.com
5 days ago

Santiago Casilla in tears, unhappy at not being called in

San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy used five different pitchers to unsuccessfully attempt to navigate the 9th inning against the Chicago Cubs Tuesday. Notably, a man who served as his closer for much of the season was not one of them. Santiago Casilla, who was the Giants’ closer all the way up through September 17, was not even called upon to warm up as the Giants’ bullpen...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 12, 2016  |  Discuss

The One Way I’ll Second Guess Bruce Bochy

This probably has to be said up front; Bruce Bochy has historically done a masterful job of running his pitching staff in the postseason. It’s one of the main reasons — well, along Madison Bumgarner anyway — that he has three world series championships, and is almost certainly going into the Hall of Fame someday. Over the long run, I don’t think bullpen management has been...
Via Fangraphs
October 12, 2016  |  Discuss

What is the worst possible outcome for the postseason?

This week we've debated if baseball's wild card is even keeping with the spirit of the sport, (correctly) picked the American League Wild Card winner , went all-in on the Giants winning the National League Wild Card and yes, predicted a home game upset in a Divisional Series. TGIF here at the Yardbarker roundtable where we ask our experts to kickback, relax and just chat about...
Via Yardbarker
October 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Cleveland's Francona not managing because of chest pains

Terry Francona decided not to manage the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday night as a precaution because he wasn’t feeling well. Francona told reporters prior to the Indians’ contest against the Nationals that he was having chest pains. Instead of managing the game, he handed the duties over to bench coach Brad Mills. Despite taking the game off, the 57-year-old skipper was still...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Bruce Bochy admitted to hospital for overnight stay

The San Francisco Giants and manager Bruce Bochy were dealt a health scare on Monday. Bochy was admitted to a hospital and will stay there overnight. As such, he will miss the team’s series opener on the road against the Miami Marlins. He is resting comfortably and is expected to return tomorrow. Bench coach Ron Wotus will serve as manager tonight for the #SFGiants — #WeAreSF...
Via Sportsnaut
August 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Bumgarner in Derby could raise money for charity

Madison Bumgarner is without question one the best power-hitting pitchers in the major leagues. So much so that the San Francisco Giants ace has expressed interest in competing in the Home Run Derby at the 2016 All-Star Game at San Diego’s Petco Park. While the determination regarding whether or not Bumgarner will get the chance to showcase his home run-hitting prowess remains...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
June 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Madison Bumgarner not worried about hurting himself in Home Run Derby

Madison Bumgarner says he is not too concerned about hurting himself in the Home Run Derby, which is the one deterrent that’s been cited as a reason to keep him out of the competition next month. Most baseball fans seemingly would love to watch Bumgarner become the first pitcher to participate in the Home Run Derby. In a poll we ran on Twitter, 88 percent of respondents said they...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 07, 2016  |  Discuss
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